Mulder Shipyard announced that it is exhibiting its first Mulder Thirty Six at Monaco Yacht Show from 27 to 30 September.
The yacht was delivered to her owner this summer, having successfully completed sea trials in The Netherlands.
Two years on from its award-winning 34 metre Solis, also exhibited at Monaco Yacht Show, the 36 metre Delta One positions Mulder Shipyard firmly in the 30-40 metre superyacht niche.
Definitely one to put on your hot list for the Monaco Yacht Show. This yacht needs to be seen in person to be truly appreciated.
The handsome profile is designed by Claydon Reeves. The interior is influenced by the owner’s classic car collection, again designed by Claydon Reeves, in conjunction with Vickers Studio.
Delta One accommodates ten in a full-beam main deck owners’ suite and four guest cabins.
An impressive 17 knots top speed and 15 knots cruising are achieved thanks to the Mulder ThirtySix’ 8 metre beam Fast Displacement Hull Form (FDHF), developed by Van Oossanen Naval Architects.
the 298 gross tonnage has been meticulously optimised at all areas on board. A full beam design allows the volume and privacy in the owners’ area to be maximised.
Five spacious cabins on board accommodates up to ten guests. An impressive saloon, dining room and bar area is located on the main deck, with floor to ceiling windows providing panoramic views all around whilst also flooding the interior with lots of natural light.
The dining experience will be enhanced by the addition of a folding side balcony, which brings seascape panoramas right to the table.
The all-aluminium hull also benefits from an aft beach club platform – as well as an efficient side-entered tender bay to port, sporting a 6.25 metre Williams tender, two three seater jetskis, Seabobs and extensive windsurf-gear.